Enabling Organizations To Thrive in a Rapidly-Changing World

Getting Things Done® – A proven system to achieve stress-free productivity

Holacracy® –  a self-management practice for running purpose-driven, agile organizations.

Upcoming Workshops

21 & 22 Oct - Bengaluru

21 & 22 Oct - Delhi

7 & 8 Nov - Bangalore

14 & 15 Nov - Kolkata

14 & 15 Nov - Ahmedabad

21 & 22 Nov - Mumbai

21 & 22 Nov - Chennai

26 & 27 Nov - Pune

26 & 27 Nov - Hyderabad

12 & 13 Dec - Delhi

Achieve Productivity & Focus with Getting Things Done®

Getting Things Done® is created by David Allen, NYT best-selling author and the world’s top expert on Personal Productivity.

GTD enables leaders to get mental clarity, gain perspective, manage surprises & dynamically prioritise moment to moment.

GTD For Teams

GTD Coaching 1 on 1

6 Benefits of Implementing

Getting Things Done®

1. Performance—
Use a common language and system across teams and organizations to improve productivity habits that lead to more predictable outcomes. 
2. Productivity—
Reduce mental overload and apply energy to the right tasks to create more productive moments. 
3. Teamwork—
Apply the GTD system across intact and matrix teams to increase reliability, follow-through on commitments, and team trust. 

4. Decision Making—
Reach actionable decisions quickly without experiencing decision fatigue or mental drag. 

5. Alignment—
Align the focus and attention of individuals, teams, and organizations to the most critical priorities. 

6. Innovation—
Free up mental capacity and time to refocus thinking on innovation and strategy.

 

Build an Agile Organization with Holacracy®

Holacracy® is an agile approach of running and scaling responsive companies.

This self-management practice empowers people throughout the organization to drive meaningful change and pursue the organization’s purpose in the world.

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Products to Enable Stress-Free Productivity

GTD Starter Bundle

The GTD Starter Bundle is for those who need something more than the book to master David Allen’s “Getting Things Done” framework and achieve Stress-Free Productivity.

Action Pad

ActionPad is your Paper-based Life Management System, to get your life under control. Time-tested & refined over 10 years with hundreds of GTD Practitioners.

Pocket Pal

The handy Pocketpal is your perfect companion when you’re on the move. Use it to jot your world-changing ideas so that you never miss out on them.

Actionable Advice to Boost Your Productivity

6 GTD® Mental Models To Automate Your Productivity

6 GTD® Mental Models To Automate Your Productivity

Search for "how to increase productivity" on Google, and you'll get a laundry list of different ways to be more productive What you need is not new tips and tricks, but new ways of thinking about work. Once you change the way you look at the world, you'll...

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10 Things GTD is Not

10 Things GTD is Not

Almost a year back I did a post 20 things GTD is Not (and what it really is). After doing Level 3 and attending the GTD Summit, I got some more insights on what GTD is not (and what it really is) Here are 10 things GTD is not, and what it really is: GTD is not about...

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Highlights & Key Takeaways from GTD Summit 2019

Highlights & Key Takeaways from GTD Summit 2019

We just returned from the GTD Summit in Amsterdam. A heart-warming event that celebrated everything GTD and what Mind Like Water can accomplish. Practicing GTD for a decade and a half the Summit brought closure on several open loops on GTD. Arif's top highlights from...

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How can you Make GTD® Stick? (David Allen’s Advice)

How can you Make GTD® Stick? (David Allen’s Advice)

Getting Things Done® provides compounded returns. In short, the more you practice the 5 steps, the better you get at managing your attention and working on the tasks that actually move your goals forward. But GTD® mastery is a long road…. It takes a while. In this 10...

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The Definition of “Emptying your Mind”

The Definition of “Emptying your Mind”

What is allowed to occupy your mind? One of the basic tenets of GTD® is the concept of “emptying your RAM” or capturing what has your attention. But often a little bit of grazing can actually do you good. Watch David Allen share his insights into how much and how...

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